Sunday, 25 May 2014

Raising the objection before they do

In any presentation, you need to know what objections people could potentially raise about your product or service and YOU raise that objection before they do. 

This helps you to answer the question for them. This makes the rest of your pitch more receptive because their objections have already been answered.

Example: "I know this is expensive but, the benefits of having these specialized breads outweighs that because of its ability to lower cholesterol. Can you put a price on health?" 

You control the message which is key!

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